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360 CFM DELIQUESCENT SALT TABLET SKID MOUNTED COMPRESSED AIR DRYER SYSTEM

  • 10,42700


DRY LAND™ DELIQUESCENT SKID MOUNTED AIR DRYER SYSTEM, INCLUDES POLYARMOR® LINED DELI-VESSEL, AFTER COOLER, COALESCING PRE FILTER, AIR TEMP GAUGE & AIR MOTOR OIL DISCHARGE TRAP, 250 CFM @ 100 PSIG OR 360 CFM @ 150 PSIG


NOTE: SHIPS EMPTY, DESICCANT PURCHASED SEPARATELY

BECAUSE DRY AIR IS CRUCIAL FOR ABRASIVE BLASTING
The Pirate Brand® Dry Land™ line of air dryers is an ideal solution for mobile blasting contractors.  Wet compressed air clogs blasting pots and compromises the quality of the blasted substrate by putting moisture back on the surface.  The moisture then flashes to rust, necessitating costly re-work.

FEATURES:

  • Polyarmor® lined desiccant tank
  • 5 year / 10 year limited warranty (see warranty documentation for details)
  • After cooler (cools incoming air before reaching desiccant)
  • Coalescing pre-filter
  • Air temperature gauge (great for troubleshooting)
  • Filter/regulator/lubricator package for air motor
  • No electricity required
  • Sight glass (for checking desiccant level)
  • Air motor oil discharge trap
  • Skid mounted
  • A.S.M.E. section VIII division 1 / C.R.N. for all provinces

 

 Specifications
 Inlet Size  1-1/2" NPT
 Outlet Size  2" NPT
 Weight Empty  656 lb (298 kg)
 Width  48" (122 cm)
 Depth  23" (59 cm) 
 Height  73" (186 cm)
 Desiccant Capacity  200 lb (90 kg)
 Max. Pressure  200 PSI
 Air Motor Lubricant  ATF

 

 Maximim CFM (Cubic Feet Per Minute)
 80 PSI  100 PSI  125 PSI  150 PSI  175 PSI  200 PSI
 210  250  305  360  415  470

 
HOW IT WORKS
Pirate Brand® Dry Land™ Single Tower, Deliquescent, Air Dryers are a skid mounted system which includes an after cooler, a coalescing filter, and a single tower dryer filled with desiccant tablets.  Warm compressed air enters the aftercooler where it is cooled to a 10°F to 15°F (5.6°C to 8.3°C) approach to ambient air temperature, water is condensed out during this cooling process.  The saturated air and liquid water pass through a coalescing filter where any oil contaminants from the compressor are removed and then proceed to the inlet of the dryer tank.  The water and any solid particles present are separated by gravity and fall to the bottom of the dryer tank.  The air moves up through the desiccant tablets which absorb the moisture from the air dropping the relative humidity before it flows through the dryer outlet.  The tablets dissolve gradually as they absorb the moisture.  The dissolved desiccant and water falls to the bottom of the vessel.  The dryer must be drained periodically to remove the accumulated solution.  A manual ball valve is installed for this purpose.


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